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Supplier Quality Manager
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This role does not offer sponsorship for work authorization. External applicants must be eligible to work in the US.
Supplier Quality Manager is accountable for leading the quality management of critical materials and suppliers to the Semiconductor Materials business. This position interfaces closely with the Supplier Quality Business Field Leads, Quality Assurance/Control, Manufacturing, Product/Market Management, Engineering, Sourcing, and Supply Chain to manage supplier risk and monitor, correct, and prevent supplier performance issues.
The Supplier Quality Manager is responsible for the management of a subset of suppliers that support the Specialty Gas manufacturing plants and their suppliers globally. This position will be a key part of the larger Semiconductor Materials Global Supplier Quality Team. Responsible for providing day to day Supplier Quality support for a fast-paced manufacturing operation. This includes the evaluation of deviations / out of specification conditions, data trending, and leading quality investigations (root cause analysis and implementation of corrective action plans), perform statistical analysis and trending to assess and monitor product/process performance, provide guidance for the disposition of non-conforming product, lead, and participate in the creation of risk assessments, training and developing of suppliers as needed. A key part of this position is the ability to work with and lead cross- functional teams to collaboratively manage supplier changes, qualifications, CAPA plans, and development projects. This will include the need to create/revise standard operating procedures and other documents. This position will also lead supplier audit teams, technical supplier meetings, and routine SPC/SQC reviews with suppliers domestically and internationally as needed.
Who You Are:
- Bachelor of Science or Arts Degree
- Experience with Electronic Quality Systems (CAPA, Change Control, Document Management)
- Up to 30% travel will be required, both domestic and international (US, Asia, and Europe) and periodically work outside of conventional business hours to support a global business.
- B.S. in engineering or other technical disciplines preferred.
- 5+ years of Electronics experience in commercial, manufacturing, quality, or technical roles.
- ISO Lead Auditor Trained (such as ISO 9001-2015, ISO 140001, ISO/TS 16949).
- Experience in leading quality audits, from opening meetings to final reports.
- Demonstrated ability to create and update standard operating procedures ("SOP").
- Have strong communication skills with the ability to collaborate at all levels and functions of the organization.
- Excellent time management and organizational skills with the ability to handle multiple activities and projects.
- Established project management experience as a leader and contributor.
- Previous experience communicating with suppliers and or customers.
- Experience in quality management systems including root cause analysis, metrology, SPC/SQC, management of change processes, and continuous improvement.
- Experience with relevant data analysis software / tools (eq. Minitab or JMP)
- Six Sigma Black Belt or Green Belt a plus
- ASQ CQE a plus
The Supplier Quality Manager can be based at either the Hometown, PA or Allentown, PA manufacturing plants.
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